A Very Brief Glossary
Various defined entities also have mathematically predicted higher forms, often denoted by a *, or the terms "higher" or "hyper" or "ultra" such as hyper(higher)-deduction, higher-language and ultralogic. The generally defined notions of GID-design, GID-intelligence, among others, includes these predicted higher-forms.
AGENT. Any entity that takes an active role and/or produces specific results.
AGENCY. Action. An action that produces a specific effect(s).
ANALOGUE MODEL. Relative to the complete GGU-model, for physical or other types of defined entities and behavior, analogue models use various techniques to represent such entities, via distinctly different objects, and to rationally model behavior that mimics the behavior of the entities. Most often, an analogue model predicts behavior of the entities being mimicked, behavior which, most likely, we cannot otherwise comprehend.
DEDUCTIONS = INFERENCES = CONCLUSIONS = CONSEQUENCES. For a specific type of general language expressions and a set of such expressions A, a specific type of deduction is a clear, precise and fixed set of general language described rules that are mentally applied to members of A and that yield general language expressions. For logic-systems, this is the process of obtaining a result by the applying the logic-system algorithm.
DEVELOPMENTAL PARADIGM. Using a general language, this is a double sequence of linguistic descriptions, diagrams, reproducible sensory information, as well as images that depicts the sequential development of various systems that comprise a universe. It corresponds in a one-to-one manner to the "events" being depicted.
EVENT. This is a real or ultranatural occurrence of an entity or behavior that is being described by a string of standard or nonstandard symbols or images. Events, in general, are considered to exist external to any description that depicts them. However, when the term is used for aspects of the GGU-model, its meaning can be contextual controlled. In certain cases, it carries a dual meaning of the description or the real entity or real behavior being depicted. See physical-event.
GENERAL LANGUAGE (i.e. GENERAL LANGUAGE DESCRIPTION). GID-model descriptions are combinations of symbol strings, and diagrams. These are the major contributions. However, they can also include images or other devices that when considered by an individual yield mental or sensory impressions. This can also include machine duplicating sensory impressions. Thus, in general, an individual's mental or sensory impressions leads to the formation of a description. A description is intended to evoke within the same individual and others the same mental or sensory impression that originally produced the description.
For the Complete GGU-model, a description needs to be considered as a general language linguistic representation for a design or pre-design. In particular, for our universe, a general language description is a representation for physical-events, physical-like events or other events. However, Complete GGU-model descriptions are often rather vague in character since the Complete GGU-model is a cosmogony that needs to produce various types of universes. There are predicted objects that behave like descriptions and we can have no detailed knowledge as to their composition. Each general language description can also be represented as a set of descriptions. A general description can be represented by single constructed entity termed a "word."
Descriptions first represent tangible objects that can be observed and that provide the specific information that characterizes a physical-system. When the term "language" is used it refers to a general language. When descriptions directly correspond to science-community defined physical reality, then such a reality is composed of physical-events. The modifier "physical" is often understood. Modern science also describes not observable entities and processes, which can be either real or merely imaginary. As an analogue model such descriptions can also be included.
GENERAL GRAND UNIFICATION MODEL (GGU-MODEL). This mathematical model solves the General Grand Unification Problem. It is a collection of statements written in a special language that gives a description for processes and entities that exist logically in the Nonstandard Physical World (NSP-world) and that produce universes or alter their development. The GGU-model can also be used for other purposes. Depending upon the context, this can refer to the original GGU-model or the complete GGU-model.
GENERAL GRAND UNIFICATION PROBLEM. The problem is to produce a cosmogony that answers the question "Is physical physics legislated by cosmogony?" and this includes answers to the questions "How did our universe come into being?" and "Of what is empty space composed?"
GENERAL LANGUAGE. The is considered as the collector all entities used to present general descriptions.
GID = GID-MODEL = GENERAL INTELLIGENT DESIGN MODEL.
GID-DESIGN. GID-design is a form of atemporal "pre-design." When contextually understood, the prefix "GID" is often omitted. GID-design is represented by rational general language descriptions. The term "rational" indicates that the descriptions are produced by rules for rational thought as descriptively defined. That is, GID-design refers to a description's rational structure. The logic applied is most often classical logic. However, other logical formations via the logic-system and the logic-system algorithm are also allowed. When an entity is "named" within such a description, then that name represents the collection of all of the known constituents, such as the known physical-systems, that are contained within the entity.
Via the developmental paradigm, each sequential slice of a universe, a universe-wide frozen-frame (UWFF) is composed of physical-systems. Standard GID-design refers to the rational design of each physical-system, the designed rational intertwining of these physical-systems within each UWFF and the designed step-by-step rational production of the sequence of universe producing UWFF as represented by general language descriptions. The GGU-model predicts *UWFF which can contain physical, physical-like or other types of systems. GID-design also refers to such additional predicted forms of pre-design as represented by the predicted higher-language and higher forms of rational thought. Further, GID-design includes any described alterations in the configurations that may occur from one *UWFF to another sequentially occurring *UWFF. That is, by comparison, the alterations are considered as GID-designed. Various alterations, relative the UWFFs, may be predictable via described physical laws.
For GID, a second form of design means that which the first form depicts: the arrangements of the physical entities that yield the various patterns being depicted, the natural design, the natural patterns, the natural distinguishing aspects of the patterns and the natural distinguishing aspects of the physical entities that satisfy physical laws or processes. It is this "design" concept that general language descriptions represent.
There are other "designed" entities that are external to the design notion as applied to a UWFF. Such designs are based upon methods of describing physical processes and physical-laws. For example, various "substratum" processes.
GID-INTELLIGENCE. GID-intelligence is composed of the predicted higher-intelligence and, when restricted to the physical universes, the basic human intelligent actions upon which the higher-intelligence predictions are based. Hence, when stated, these two types of intelligence are considered differentiated one from the other either explicitly or implicitly. Basic intelligent actions are represented by the application of the stated rules for rational thought as such applications are explicitly or implicitly applied to members of a general language. Higher-intelligent actions are predicted from basic intelligent actions.
Human beings learn by experience or education physical "cases and effect" actions. A specific physical action leads most probably to a specific physical result. It is due to the acquiring of such knowledge that we can function within our physical world. We mentally consider an action, and apply the action believing that a desired effect will be produced. A simply linguistic model for this is the "rule of attachment" as it is called in elementary textbooks. In terms of the basic logic-system algorithm and corresponding consequence operator properties, the rule of detachment (modus ponens) is modeled and is what is used as the foundation for GID-intelligence. Intelligence so defined has a comparative numerical measure.
Measurable standard GID-intelligence, relative to the UWFFs, refers specifically to the defined logic-system algorithm that deductively yields the descriptive structure of a designed physical-system, the sequentially intertwined physical-system descriptions for each UWFF and the sequentially presented collection of UWFFs descriptions. Other described behavior that, in general, exhibits deduction such as physical laws and the physical law alterations of physical-systems, also satisfy this intelligence definition via any form of the general logic-system and the logic-system algorithm. General logic-system deductions are equivalent to those produced by corresponding consequence operators.
In general, GID-intelligence is not dependent upon the content of a physical law and no descriptive physical law need actually exist that satisfies such descriptive behavior. GID-intelligence also includes application of additional rules for rationally presented descriptions. These includes additional aspects of the intelligence necessary to describe physical-systems and their relations one-to-another via a general language. Among these additional rules is the notion of choice. One can accept these rules as additional GID-intelligence features but, except for major aspects of the choice notion, these additional "intelligence" facets may not be representable via a mathematical model. In general, for the GID-model, restricted (i.e. standard) rational thought is composed of specifically described actions human beings use to produce and manipulate general descriptions.
Most accepted quantum physics entities are not directly observable. Observations predicted from these assumed entities yield indirect evidence for their exitance. The "higher" intelligence aspects of the GID-model are established via indirect evidence.
A second form of GID-intelligence is application of a rule that requires a specific count to be made. GID-intelligence is measurable.
Of considerable significance is that, relative to physical behavior, GID-intelligence is falsifiable. The higher-intelligence predicted from standard GID-intelligence, when restricted to the observable physical world, is standard GID-intelligence and, hence, would be countered if GID-intelligence is falsified.
GID-INTELLIGENT DESIGN. GID-intelligent design corresponds to the actions that satisfy the same patterns that are specified by GID-intelligence. These patterns are relative to the defined forms of GID-design and constitute intelligent agency (actions). The first major form is the presentation of the descriptions. Under this classification, the rationality of the intelligent actions must be pre-designed. Such actions, at the least, lead to the physical-systems via a GGU-model scheme. Hence, necessarily, all such physical-systems are considered, under this definition, to be rationally pre-designed. For our universe, standard evidence for such pre-design are the accepted physical laws and predictive physical theories.
Significantly, the first type of GID-design corresponds indirectly to the second form of design and to rational actions that specify these patterns as defined under GID-design. It is these rationally generated patterns, produced via intelligent agency, that yield the formation of the corresponding physical events being so described. NOTE. When it is contextually understood, the prefix "GID" is often dropped.
OBSERVER TIME. For this glossary and for universes in general, observer time is merely the general name given to the "standard" coded index names for each UFWW. It is part of the standard primitive sequence.
PHYSICAL. This means entities or behavior that can be perceived through human and machine senses or, but need not be, what is accepted by various science-communities as "real" but unobservable.
PHYSICAL-SYSTEM. This is a defined collection of named physical objects, the constituents, which are so related as to form an identifiable whole. Specific relations between the constituents are the bases for establishing the behavior of the entire structure. Contextually, it can refer either to a description for the collection or the matter so collected (i.e. the physical event).
PHYSICAL EVENT. A physical event is a physical form, a physical pattern, a physical phenomenon, a physical object or system in the sense that it either yields human or machine sensory-impressions or is accepted to exist by a science-community. The term physical means, for our universe, material entities. It is considered as the actual real composition of a physical-system.
PRIMITIVE SEQUENCE. This is a name that somewhat hides its intuitive meaning. It refers to the notion of the sequence of entities of various types. It is of three different types, standard, nonstandard and hyperfinite. Its properties are those of the ordering of the "numbers" being used. These numbers are coded index names for the various types of UWFFs AND for the various types of systems of which they are composed. The terms "past, present, future" are not employed. But, such terms as "prior, before, after" are used to indicate a comparison of the order of entities.
SCIENCE. A systematically organized and studied body of knowledge about a particular subject. The subject determines the rules employed for this purpose.